Rider safety will be on the agenda Thursday as the BART board of directors examines safety and surveillance policies on the table.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded BART roughly $6.8 million in a grant geared toward making the transit system safer and more secure.
Mulling possible solutions to the housing crisis, state leaders are expected to discuss the possibility of building more homes around BART stations.
In light of the recent increase of crimes on BART, South Bay residents worry some of that violence will come rolling into town when BART arrives in San Jose.
Early morning BART riders will face major service cuts in about seven months, according to a report.
That's because starting in February of 2019, BART trains will start running an hour later than usual to give...
A hypodermic needle was found between two seats of a BART train Monday night.
Commuters might have to wait a bit longer for BART to make it all the way to downtown San Jose and beyond.
Fares are going up for BART riders in the new year, with everyone paying 2.7 percent more than in 2017, according to the transit agency.
BART is heading to downtown San Jose, but it is not exactly clear how it will get there.
A proposed 5 a.m. start time on BART may be coming sooner as opposed to later, according to the transportation agency.
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